I haven’t been actively writing on this blog for a long time, and today I started writing again. I decided to take a break from the WordPress world and experiment with things outside of WordPress. Now I’m back in WordPress.
I will write experiences with WordPress.
I finished the hosting transfer yesterday, then I tried to log into a WordPress website, and I was surprised because the password field was frozen, unable to enter the password. How do I enable the password field on the frozen login page?
Another alternative is to login via WordPress.com as there is a login option with WordPress.com there – see the attached screenshot.
I then logged in with WordPress.com, and checked the settings on my WordPress site. As far as I know WordPress, plugins are usually the ones that cause problems the most.
And since I can log in with WordPress.com, I think the plugin that displays the WordPress login is the most likely culprit.
Jetpack. I checked Jetpack’s settings and found the following setting, WordPress.com logged in.
Disable all the settings in the settings for WordPress.com to log in. Then log out – see the attached screenshot.
And, the password field on the WordPress login page is back on. We can log in with the usual WordPress login